Google has launched a new app called Reading Mode to support individuals with visual imparities and dyslexia to read long-form content on screen.  

According to reports, the app works on devices running Android 9.0 or above. The app has a floating button on the screen for users to turn any app or webpage into a more accessible version. 

Reading Mode turns the content on the current screen into a simpler format. It features controls for adjusting contrast, font type, line space, and size. Users can also turn on a toggle to highlight the current text being read.

Google already provides a range of accessibility tools, such as a screen reader with TalkBack and a built-in Braille keyboard. As per reports, the reading Mode has been designed to read or listen to long text. 

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